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Re: [RC] Horse mauled in park by mountain lion - Karen Sullivan

This is not quite making sense as the Stanford Dish Trail, and area is
heavily fenced and guarded and not open to horse back riders, or pastured
horses that I know of.....will check with a friend that boards at Stanford
Stables to check in details.
At one time Stanford had closed this area to the public and had armed guards
at all the gate openings.....

John, can you enlighten us?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Ridecamp Guest" <guest-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2004 11:18 PM
Subject: [RC] Horse mauled in park by mountain lion

Please Reply to: Micki Turney Horseraser@xxxxxxxxxxxxx or

FYI for those of you who use the trails  by Stanford Univesity. Channel 13
news just reported a horse mauling by the Alpine Trail or "Dish Trail". I'm
not sure of the condition of the horse, but officials are asking the public
not go out alone on this trail. Be careful:)
Micki Turney

We are talking about all the tools we can use to keep our horses safe and
alive at the rides. Training/conditioning is one of the best tools
available. It makes us better horseman and women, it benefits our horses
and could quite possibly be the key to preventing most crashes.
~ Lisa Salas - The Odd Farm

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[RC] Horse mauled in park by mountain lion, Ridecamp Guest